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Old 26th March 2009, 08:55   #41  |  Link
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You have 3 options

1) To use external SRT subtitles
2) To use unstyled SSA/ASS subtitles
3) To send me the extracted SSA subtitles so I can fix popBD
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Old 26th March 2009, 20:20   #42  |  Link
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I have many files with styled subtitles so it would be a nice feature... at least for me

Here's the link to the styled subtitles of the .mkv: Link (It's the complete .ass).
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Old 26th March 2009, 20:28   #43  |  Link
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deank the work you are doing is awsome

thanks for these great tools and all the work you have put into it bud
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Old 26th March 2009, 20:34   #44  |  Link
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I have many files with styled subtitles so it would be a nice feature... at least for me

Here's the link to the styled subtitles of the .mkv: Link (It's the complete .ass).
Looking at those... i can probably implement bold/italic/underline, but i don't have time for such as:

{\bord4\3a&HFE&\1a&HFF&\t(0,940,\bord0,\1a&H00&,\3a&H00&\)\shad0\1c&HFEFEFE&\3c&HFEFEFE&\fs50\fnSemper\pos(636,296)}The End

it will simply show "The End"...

@dracore: thanks
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Old 26th March 2009, 20:52   #45  |  Link
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Your fast replies are awesome too.

And I'm perfectly fine with plain subtitles. I did a quick search and there seems to be a commandline tool "ssatosrt.exe" by the ripbot264 author. The result is a totally unstyled .srt file. Maybe it can be used by your program too, no idea.
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Old 26th March 2009, 20:56   #46  |  Link
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I use my own program code to convert ssa to srt and I'd rather keep most popular tags then stripping the ssa totally, so I'll check which tags I can translate from ssa to srt. I'll post back later.
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Old 26th March 2009, 22:10   #47  |  Link
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No 5 minutes without me posting new complaints Playing the file (.mkv + unstyled .srt -> converted to AVCHD+menu) in showtime shows some strange behavior. If subtitles are 2 lines long they are not centered but at the left and a part is cut off.
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Old 26th March 2009, 22:40   #48  |  Link
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You can now redownload popBD.exe only (the link is in the first post)... Please let me know if it works with your SSA subtitles.

It should keep BOLD/ITALIC/UNDERLINE and remove all other tags.

About the SRT - use a tool to "break long lines" - such as SubtitleWorkshop or similar.

popBD/multiAVCHD are end-user programs and expect USERS to have prepared their files accordingly. I can implement a lot of things like fixing overlapping/correcting timing and tenths more - it is not the way thing should be done I think.

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I also implemented those SSA fixes in multiAVCHD.
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Old 26th March 2009, 22:41   #49  |  Link
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deank did you notice my pm from a few days ago?
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Old 26th March 2009, 22:47   #50  |  Link
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Yes. Just give me few more days.
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OK no rush just wanted to make sure it went through.
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Old 29th March 2009, 07:28   #52  |  Link
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If a MKV contains some srt subtitles with different charsets (1250, 1251, 1252, 1253, 1254, 1255), can be possible to select the right encoding for each subtitle by the user?
For example:
rum is 1250
bul is 1251
swe is 1252
The best thing can be this: when popBD find the country code described for some subtitle in mkv, to encode it with the right charset. If not any country code found in MKV, to encode it with the default set.
The most used languages are:
Code:
  Windows Code Pages:
	CP1250:
		Bosnia/Herzogovina
		Croatia
		Czech
		Hungary
		Poland
		Romania
		Slovakia
		Slovenia
	CP1251:
		Bulgaria
		Macedonia FYR
		Russia
		Serbia/Montenegro
	CP1252:
		Albania
		Australia
		Austria
		Belgium
		Brazil
		Canada
		Denmark
		Finland
		France
		Germany
		Iceland
		Ireland
		Italy
		Latin America
		Netherlands
		New Zealand
		Norway
		Portugal
		South Africa
		Spain
		Sweden
		Switzerland
		United Kingdom
		United States
	CP1253:
		Greece
	CP1254:
		Turkey
	CP1255:
		Israel
	CP1256:
		Arabic Speaking
	CP1257:
		Estonia
		Latvia
		Lithuania
	CP1258:
		Vietnam
Can you make some setting that the first subtitle to be loaded when starting the movie?

enjoy,
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Old 29th March 2009, 09:14   #53  |  Link
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Thanks for the great programs. I have a bunch of MKVs that I am running through popBD to make AVCHD disk and noticed after popBD finishes I have to close and restart before I can add another MKV, It would be nice if I could just click and add another MKV to popBD as soon as it finishes.

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Old 31st March 2009, 22:13   #54  |  Link
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...I noticed (...) after popBD finishes I have to close and restart before I can add another MKV, It would be nice if I could just click and add another MKV to popBD as soon as it finishes.
Just re-download the .exe file.
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Old 31st March 2009, 22:32   #55  |  Link
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thanks
would it be possible to adopt the 'quit on last file finish' feature from multiavchd in the future?
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Old 31st March 2009, 22:38   #56  |  Link
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It is implemented. Are you saying it doesn't work? Can you open .bdmv in BDedit and check how Title#1 OID looks like?
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Oh I never checked but yep break is already there, great.
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Old 31st March 2009, 23:01   #58  |  Link
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I'll try to add the other options you asked for tomorrow... as you're the co-founder of popBD
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Old 7th April 2009, 14:19   #59  |  Link
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Wow, "ask and you shall receive". Exactly what i was looking for, I've been following this from the beginning, outstanding job deank, however i tried one of my mkv files, burned it with imlburn, pop it in the ps3 and BIG GREEN LINE at the bottom of my screen, i did get a warning message, Video height not avchd complaint, most of my mkv files are like this (544p,536p,800p,696p,...) am i missing something, i really want to be able to make this files avchd, i will not consider myself a noob well i'm not a programmer or anything like that but I'm good on following directions that's why i don't post much 'cause when i got a problem i read, fix and done , i should say thank you i always forget. Thanks for all the times i forgot and Thanks in advance for this one in case i forget again...
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Old 7th April 2009, 14:27   #60  |  Link
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Unlike multiAVCHD, popBD will not fix NC titles and will not remove the green bar (if played in PS3), so you have 2 options:

1) Use multiAVCHD (which is not suitable if you're restrained to DVD5/9 sizes)
2) Use uncropMKV to fix your badly cropped MKV files and then use either popBD or multiAVCHD.

Thanks for your support.
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